Duck shooting at Lake Connewarre

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Subject: Duck shooting at Lake Connewarre
From: Debbie Lustig <>
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2011 09:55:40 +1000
A dawn trip to Lake Connewarre on Easter Sunday revealed the gruesome evidence 
of shooting. Three ducks in advanced state of decay, probably shot around 
opening weekend, March 19.
If they're shot for food, why do they leave the ducks to rot? A: They're shot 
for fun, it would seem.
Frothy puffs of feathers everywhere - at every car park and embarkation spot.
Notable were the Beaded Glasswort plants in the saltmarsh - food for OBPs, of 
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